Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Max Finder Mystery: Collected Casebook


Who is Max Finder, you ask? Well, he's the 7th Grade detective who, together with his friend Alison Santos, solves mysteries and crimes around his neighbourhood in Whispering Meadows. He's also the star of the popular Max Finder Mystery comic feature that ran each month in Owl Magazine for the past 3 years. Now those you-solve-it stories are being collected up into a trade paperback series with the first volume hitting the shelves this month.

I'm thrilled to see it collected up in a paperback, as Max Finder Mystery was the first ongoing comic feature I ever drew, and I enjoyed working on it so much that it made me want to write and draw comics full time. I learned a lot about drawing comics in the 3 years I worked on it, and I had a great time illustrating the scripts by writer Liam O'Donnell.

For more information about Max Finder Mystery:Collected Casebook, you can check out the links below:

Max Finder Mystery: Collected Casebook is available at your local bookstore, but you can also order it online directly from the publisher, Owlkids books, or through retailers like Chapters.ca and Amazon.com.

Finally, here's a promotional Max Finder poster I drew for the launch and Owl Magazine's 30th Anniversary Kids Day event at the CN Tower, here in Toronto:

6 comments:

Don Van Horn said...

That's kewl Mike. I remember you showing me some originals when I paid you the visit. I'll have to trak down a copy of the collection when it hits the shelves.

Dominic Bugatto said...

Nicely done. Looking forward to seeing the collection.

Guy Mann said...

This looks really neato. I want it!

HartCactus said...

Lookin good Mike! I'll pick it up for my kids.

rls said...

This looks awesome, Mike! I'll have to check it out.

m cho said...

Thanks, everyone! I'm hoping the books will run for 3 volumes and the publishers tell me the response so far has been great.

Don -- nice to hear from you again.
Hartcactus -- Love the phantom stranger avatar!